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1 yard = 3 foots

2 yards = 6 foots

3 yards = 9 foots

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01 yard = 3 feet 2 yards = 6 feet 3 yards = 9 feet

3 feet = 1 yard 45 feet = 15 yards

9. One yard has 3 feet. So, if you multiply that by the number of yards in total, you would get 9.

36 feet makes 12 yards

45 feet equals 15 yards

170 centimeters = 66.92 inches, 5.577 feet and 1.859 yards

Yards and yards are the same length, so there are three (3) yards in three (3) yards

1 mile = 5,280 foots 0.1 mile = 528 of them

10/3 yards OR 3 and 1/3 yards OR 3.333333 yards

3 miles are 5280 yards. + 25 yards = 5305 yards.

3 meters = 3.281 yards.

3 yards = 2.7432 meters.

3 yards = 2.7432 meters.

3 meters = 3.2808399 yards

5,280 yards in 3 miles.

There are 9 feet in 3 yards. 3 yards x 3 feet/1 yards = 9 feet 1 yards = 3 feet

1ft=3 yards2ft=6 yards3ft=9 yards

There is nine feet in three yards.there are 9 feet in 3 yards

1 yards = 0.000568181818 miles. 3 yards = 0.001704545454 miles.

125 feet = 125/3 yards = 41 2/3 yards (or 41.6667 yards)

3 millimeters consists of 0.0032808399 yards.

3 yards = 2.7432 meters (rounded)

That makes no sense. -Square yards is AREA. -Cubic yards is VOLUME . They are totally different. (However, 3 yards cubed, i.e. 3 yards x 3 yards x 3 yards = 27 CUBIC yards)

There are 7 yards in 3 yards and 12 feet. There are 3 feet in a yard. So, 12 feet would be 4 yards. Added to the existing 3 yards, you get 7 total yards.

Yes and no. Feet/3 = yards Yards*3 = feet 6 yards * 3 = 18 feet

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